Justice for All: An Indigenous Community-Based Approach to Restorative Justice in Alaska

Northern Review 38 (2014): 239-268

30 Pages Posted: 4 Mar 2015

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Brian Jarrett

Program on Negotiation Conflict Resolution, and Peace-building CSUDH

Polly E. Hyslop

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Date Written: March 2, 2015

Abstract

The current study reviews the comparative successes of two restorative justice programs in Alaska, namely, the Upper Tanana Wellness Program and the Circle Peacemaking Program in Kake, Alaska. In an analysis of the two case studies, the authors develop nine principles useful to those interested in developing restorative-justice programs. The authors recommend an Indigenous community-based approach consistent with practice in the field of Dispute Systems Design.

Keywords: Restorative Justice, Dispute Systems Design, Peace-making, community, organization, Indigenous, Aboriginal, Dispute Resolution, Systems, Alaska

Suggested Citation

Jarrett, Brian and Hyslop, Polly E., Justice for All: An Indigenous Community-Based Approach to Restorative Justice in Alaska (March 2, 2015). Northern Review 38 (2014): 239-268. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2572274

Brian Jarrett (Contact Author)

Program on Negotiation Conflict Resolution, and Peace-building CSUDH ( email )

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United States
310 243 2295 (Phone)

HOME PAGE: http://www.uaf.edu/justice

Polly E. Hyslop

University of Alaska Fairbanks ( email )

Fairbanks, AK 99775-6660
United States

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